(A)   The provisions of this chapter apply to all Carroll County, Maryland, officials and employees excluding those who are covered by the Maryland Public Ethics Law and excluding the Board of Education (members and employees).
   (B)   The provisions of this chapter related to financial disclosure apply only to the following listed officials and employees:
      (1)   Elected county officials: The County Commissioners;
      (2)   Officials and employees:
         (a)   County Administrator;
         (b)   County Clerk;
         (c)   Administrative Coordinator in the County Commissioners’ Office;
         (d)   County Attorney;
         (e)   Senior Assistant or Assistant County Attorney;
         (f)   Comptroller;
         (g)   Deputy Comptroller;
         (h)   Director/Administrator;
         (i)   Deputy Director;
         (j)   Bureau Chief;
         (k)   Administrator;
         (l)   Manager;
         (m)   Inspector;
         (n)   Auditor;
         (o)   Office Manager;
         (p)   Code Official;
         (q)   Deputy Code Official;
         (r)   Legal Documents Coordinator;
         (s)   Engineer;
         (t)   County Surveyor;
         (u)   Investment Officer;
         (v)   Collections Office Supervisor;
         (w)   Buyer or Senior Buyer;
         (x)   Senior Center Manager;
         (y)   Plan Reviewers.
      (3)   Boards and Commissions:
         (a)   Planning Commission;
         (b)   BZA;
         (c)   Board of License Commissioners (Liquor Board);
         (d)   Ethics Commission;
         (e)   Agricultural Preservation Board;
         (f)   Environmental Advisory Council;
         (g)   Electrical Board;
         (h)   Plumbing Advisory Board;
         (i)   Historic Preservation Commission;
         (j)   Utilities Advisory Council; and
         (k)   Any ad hoc committee or task force providing advice and/or recommendations regarding acquisitions, zoning, designations of land, or zoning, subdivision or development related ordinances.
   (C)   The Ethics Administrator may require financial disclosures from officials and employees not on this list as necessary.
(2004 Code, § 18-3) (Ord. 03-14, passed 7-1-2003; Ord. 2010-10, passed 6-17-2010; Ord. 2018-02, passed 3-13-2018; Ord. 2021-03, passed 3-11-2021)